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Friday, February 28, 2014

Human Rights Demand Schedule ~ Blogtalkradio

"POWER concedes nothing without a demand. It never did, and it never will." That is a quote by Frederick Douglass, a 19th century slavery abolitionist. We wish to announce a new human rights channel on Blogtalkradio: "HUMAN RIGHTS DEMAND." Mary Neal is the program director. You are invited to tune in for our daytime broadcasts at ~ Call to speak on air at (347) 857-3293 for all broadcasts. Your questions and comments are invited and appreciated. HUMAN RIGHTS DEMAND is for all people. If you wish to be a special guest and allowed more time to speak on air, please contact the host for any show you choose, or email Mary Neal at


PLEASE JOIN US! Call (818) 572-2947 for NNIA1, and call (347)857-3293 for Human Rights Demand. Upcoming BlogTalkRadio​ programs include: Most of the shows are weekly presentations.

Sat. and Sun., 9amPST, March 7th and 8th, AIMIvs.USA claimant's conferences. FreeConferenceCall dial-in number (605)562-0020, Meeting I.D. Code: 992-212-650. If that fails, the backup number is (805)360-1075. Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI) plans an action in International Court to win restitution for mentally ill people and their families or next friends regarding negligence, torture, and/or wrongful deaths of mentally ill people under the color of law. People who were victimized by untreated mentally ill people or drug/alcohol addicts can also become claimants. **See the website for "AIMI vs. USA" at >> See also "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" at

Sat. 4pmPST, March 7, at NNIA1 - ONLINE WAKE FOR DARRELL GATEWOOD. A 47-year-old black man was killed by Oklahoma City police officers, who reportedly pulled Gatewood from a home and deposited him into a pool of muddy water where he was Tasered to death by numerous police officers. This unprecedented electrocution happened on March 1, the same day that LAPD fatally shot Africa, a mentally ill homeless man. Oklahoma City is called America's Taser capital.

Sat. 6pmPST at Human Rights Demand (weekly) - Johnny Strozier Keeping It Real. Strozier was incarcerated from 1968, when he was 10 years of age, until 2013. He literally grew up in Georgia's prison system. Strozier advises youths and released prisoners to think right and act right so that things will go right in their lives. Don't miss this re-entry program.

Sun. 12noonPST, March 8, at Human Rights Demand - Our guest was the grieving father of a Jackson, Tennessee police victim, Cinque 'Q' DJahspora.  'Q' was an 20-year-old student with no criminal background. He was unarmed when Jackson police shot him in his back. 

Sun. 9pmPST at NNIA1 (weekly) - MaryLovesJustice Prayer Meeting. February and March topic: "Giants Among Men" (Gen. 6:4).

Mon. 12noonPST at NNIA1 (weekly) - "Is there a lawyer in the house?" People who need legal representation state their cases in civil and criminal matters.

Mon. 6pmPST, March 9, at Human Rights Demand - Cinque 'Q' DJahspora's family and supporters, Part 2. 'Q' was shot in his back by Jackson, Tennessee police. A grand jury refused to indict police officers involved in the shooting fatality.

Tue. 12pmPST at NNIA1 (weekly) - Dorothy Mackey, Human Rights Advocate, reveals shocking information about child endangerment, military sexual assaults, and other human rights issues (Google her). Children of incarcerated mothers and others are subject to CPS custody and enforced adoption. Some do not fare well after that and may be placed in danger.

Tue. 6pmPST at Human Rights Demand (weekly) - Ralph Poynter "What's Happening", a show hosted by a human and civil rights icon (Google him). Poynter is regularly joined on air by his wife, former activist attorney Lynne Stewart, and colleagues, including Betty Davis, Larry Poynter, and others.

Wed. 6pmPST, March 18, at Human Rights Demand - George Mallinckrodt, author and mental health advocate, discusses recent developments in his efforts to influence positive change in Florida Department of Corrections. Mallinckrodt wrote "Getting Away with Murder" regarding the scalding death of Florida inmate Darren Rainey, who expired in a prison where Mallinckrodt worked as a psychotherapist until being terminated upon complaining about inmate abuse.

Wed. 9pmPST at NNIA1 (weekly) Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill

Thur. 12pmPST at Human Rights Demand (weekly) Bob Darby  Advocate for the homeless mentally ill. Discussions include American eugenics, drug dealing by U.S. officials, avoidable wars, and power without compassion.

Thur. 6pmPST, March 19, at NNIA1 - Interview with +ZORA JAY. Zora is a retired psychiatric nurse and a recovering addict. She recently volunteered to work with Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI), and may take the lead regarding recruiting/counseling people with drug/alcohol addictions.

Friday 12pmPST at Human Rights Demand (weekly) - Mary Diaz and Human Conflict Org. show - Advocating parole of prisoners in Florida and throughout the USA after serving their minimum sentences. Every Friday!

Friday at NNIA1 Reserved for special broadcasts and open mic night - The time for this show is determined and announced as broadcasts are scheduled. "Friday at NNIA1" are not presently scheduled for every week but will be announced (if/when shows are scheduled) at Mary Neal's pages on Facebook, Google+ (MaryLovesJustice Neal), and Twitter under the @koffietime account.

Monthly on Human Rights Demand - MaryLovesJustice presents authors and their latest books about social, economic, and legal justice issues. Dates and times for authors' interviews will be announced at Mary Neal's pages on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter under the @koffietime account. Recommended books are featured at our blog "MaryLovesJustice"

**NEW** Monthly AIMI Volunteers Conference. Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI) has advocated for the human and civil rights of mentally challenged individuals and their families since 2007. AIMI offers volunteer positions for students, unemployed persons, and retirees who wish to enhance their resumes and/or devote themselves to a meaningful part-time career as a human rights advocate to decriminalize mental illness in America. Mental illness and drug/alcohol dependencies affect people of all races and socioeconomic classes in America; therefore, our volunteers include people of all races, educational levels, and backgrounds. "Whomsoever will, come." Conferences are scheduled for 10:00 a.m. PST on the first Saturday of each month, immediately after the "AIMI vs. USA" claimants conference. (AIMI conferences scheduled for April will move to the second weekend, April 11 and 12, because the first weekend of April is Easter.)

** Learn more about "AIMI vs. USA" at and by searching online for "AIMI vs. USA." See "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog at for individual stories of avoidable tragedies and methods for improving mental heath care in America.

Thank you for planning to join us for these Blogtalkradio broadcasts. All shows are archived for later listening by computer at your convenience 24/7, but please call in to speak on air! Comments and questions are invited for every program (see both telephone numbers above). Please call Mary Neal at 678.531.0262 or (571)335-1741 if you have questions about our schedule, want to be a special guest, or if you experience trouble connecting to our shows or the conference line for "AIMI vs. USA."

MaryLovesJustice Neal is director of Human Rights Demand, a host at National Network in Action (NNIA1), where the Rev. Floyd Harris, Jr. is director, and director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill, a human/civil rights organization to decriminalize mental illness in America. Please note that "AIMI vs. USA" now uses only FreeConferenceCall for monthly claimants conferences:(605)562-0020, Meeting I.D. Code: 992-212-650. If you have trouble joining, please use the backup no. (805)360-1075. 


Below is a flexible schedule of programs for seven days and hosts' contact information, which is undergoing revision now. Please use the schedule above instead. Shows are announced at the MaryLovesJustice Facebook page

 and among MaryLovesJustice Neal Google+ posts
 and/or at the Twitter @koffietime page. Follow me, if you can!

1.  Mondays at 3pm EST - JUSTICE FOR ALL  (includes live and prerecorded shows). To broadcast your issues, please contact Mary Neal at (678)531-0262 or Google Voice (571)335-1741.

Former Host: Leonna Brandao, Justice Advocate

Leonna Brandao assists prisoners with supportive legal, educational, and re-entry services. Her mission includes ensuring that prisoners are treated fairly and receive medical and rehabilitative services necessary to heal and become productive citizens upon re-entering their communities. She advocates for pro bono legal assistance and helps research the status of inmates' court cases.

Poynter reviews current news reports (domestic and international) and tells us what the news means - what is really happening. Poynter is a retired New York school teacher, former union organizer, legal investigator, and a noted public speaker. He and his wife, Lynne Stewart (formerly a renowned activist attorney), are human and civil rights icons. Poynter looks forward to your questions and comments during each radio broadcast.

Former Host: Dr. Mustafa Ansari, an international human rights lawyer and Dean of the American Institute of Human Rights. The Institute is committed to educating attorneys and activists on United Nations human rights treaties and laws that America has already signed and is responsible to uphold (i.e., Executive Order 13107). Online classes and certification are offered by the American Institute of Human Rights to equip non-attorneys to file human rights complaints directly to the International Court. Everyone deserves protection of their rights to life, liberty, and security of person and property. Dr. Ansari's shows aired at 3pmEST.

3. Wednesdays, 3pm EST - NATIVE AMERICAN AFFAIRS  (includes live and prerecorded shows). To broadcast your issues, please contact Mary Neal at (678)531.0262.
Native Americans experience unique challenges. Join Native American hosts and guests presenting their history, culture, and issues. Hosts are from various Native American tribes, but topics apply to all.

Native American host wanted. Please email or call 678.531.0262

The host in May, June, and July was Canupa Gluha Mani, of the Strong Heart Warrior Society and Lakota Nation. ALL First Nations Peoples and others are invited; your questions and comments are appreciated. Shows are archived at Blogtalkradio for listening any time. Mani said, "We are forever."

Previous host was Elizabeth Gaskins, of the Cherokee Nation. Listen to her debut broadcast:

Thursdays, 4pm EST - LYNN MARIE EAGLE FEATHER, HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCATE  ~ Darby  has been an advocate for the homeless mentally ill for more than twenty years. He has a B.A. in psychology from Emory University and studied psychology and theology in graduate school. He is a former employee of Georgia Regional Hospital, Boston State Hospital, and New Hampshire's Hanover-Darthmouth Hospital. In 1994, he co-founded Atlanta Food Not Bombs.

~ Eagle Feather is a human rights advocate and elder of the Lakota Nation, residing in South Dakota. She and her guests address homelessness, drug and alcohol abuse, and the high removal rate of Native American children from their birth families and reservations.

Previous Thursday host was Britton Mosley (tapes are archived at Blogtalkradio):

Mosley is a former corrections and law enforcement officer who endured persecution for refusing to comply with brutality in the prison system where he worked. Mosley said, "Law enforcement and corrections can be challenging and dangerous work but also fulfilling and rewarding if done with integrity. Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security of person. Those rights deserve protection." (Tapes remain archived at Blogtalkradio)

5.  Fridays, 3:00pmEST - REENTRY
Discussions regarding the challenges and triumphs of released prisoners. Accepting applications for a new host, preferably someone who has endured incarceration and successfully reentered society or a corrections guard (past or present). We're looking for a new host for our "Reentry" show, preferably someone who was imprisoned or worked in a prison.

Johnny Strozier was incarcerated in Georgia prisons for 46 years, 15 of them in solitary confinement - from 1968 to 2013. He was initially arrested at age 6, when he and friends broke into an Atlanta warehouse to steal cigarettes for family members and candy. He was sentenced to juvenile detention at age 10 and transferred to an adult facility at age 16. His sentence was lengthened numerous times. Strozier's warden told him he would never exit prison alive. But Johnny did get paroled because he changed.

Hear Strozier's debut broadcast of June 3, 2014, archived at Blogtalkradio

6.  Saturdays at 3:00pm EST - RELEASE THE INNOCENT, hosted by Mary Neal
Saturday broadcasts do not air every week. If you know of an actually innocent person who is awaiting trial or has been sentenced, you are invited to contact Mary Neal to broadcast the situation. Call 678.531.0262 or email - Innocent people include defendants who were mentally ill at the time of the arrest.

Thousands of innocent people are released from incarceration every year. Most of them are released because they served their sentences. Between 5k and 10k people are wrongfully convicted each year. The Univ. of Mich. Law School Innocence Clinic says most wrongful convictions are caused by:
~Eyewitness Misidentification
~Junk Science
~False Confessions
~Government Misconduct
~Lying Snitches
~Bad Lawyering

The U.S. Supreme Court has NOT determined that actually innocent people have a right to have their post-conviction evidence considered by courts. We consider it on this show and make a human rights demand to release the innocent.

7.  Sundays at 3pm EST - HUMAN RIGHTS FOR PRISONERS MARCH, Mary Neal, host

~Advocacy for adequate defense, fair trials, drug courts, mental health courts, post-conviction DNA tests, safe and humane incarceration, and successful re-entry.

~Advocacy against prisoner abuse, avoidable deaths caused by police and correctional officers, solitary confinement, children tried and sentenced as adults, criminalizing mental illness, inadequate health care, wrongful convictions, law of parties, three-strikes law, enforced prison labor, and capital punishment.

BE OUR GUEST ~ Guests include people who have experienced, or who have specialized knowledge about, prison conditions and overuse of force by police or correctional officers, or any subject related to crime and punishment, including improvements proposed or realized. Human Rights Demand channel at Blogtalkradio hosts guests who speak about issues of legal, social, and economic justice in the USA. No consideration is given to the guests' race or socioeconomic status; everyone is welcome. To arrange a radio interview, please contact Mary Neal, also known as MaryLovesJustice, at (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741, or email If there is no response within 48 hours, please try again.

SPECIAL NOTES:  Occasionally, presentation of a guest's issues requires two broadcasts. In those cases, Part I is presented on the "Human Rights Demand" channel on Sunday. "Human Rights for Prisoners March" does not air every Sunday but only when announced on the MaryLovesJustice Neal wall at Google+ and at the MaryLovesJustice (Mary Neal) wall at Facebook and at @koffietime at Twitter.

HUMAN RIGHTS FOR PRISONERS MARCH is also a weekly broadcast on the National Network in Action (NNIA1) channel at Blogtalkradio, airing every Monday night at 9pm PST. The call-in telephone number for NNIA1 is (818)572.2947. Live and archived broadcasts at

All NNIA1 shows air at 9pmPST. Our NNIA1 schedule of shows include:

~ Monday- The "Human Rights for Prisoners March"
~ Wednesdays - "Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill" broadcast, hosted by Mary Neal 
~ Sundays - "MaryLovesJustice Prayer Meeting," where Christians pray for justice.

See the NNIA "New Human Rights Blogtalkradio Shows Schedule"

The director of NNIA and station manager is Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris, Jr. (pictured below), who is committed to bringing quality programs to educate, motivate, energize, mobilize and organize to take our community to a higher level of awareness and stronger commitment to justice.

DISCLAIMER: All viewpoints and information shared on "Human Rights Demand" channel are the sole responsibility of the individual speakers. Neither Mary Neal nor other Human Rights Demand hosts necessarily agree with news and viewpoints presented and make no warranty regarding the accuracy thereof.

NOTE: Mary "LovesJustice" Neal is a usual guest on the Rev. Pinkney Blogtalkradio show most Sundays at 5pm EST, a political/progressive radio show featuring human rights news and opinions at ~  #SupportPinkney. See

The Philosophy of Liberty

International Declaration of Human Rights - 1948

Make your human rights demand today!
Contact U.S. elected officials:

Dr. Floyd Harris and demonstrators make human rights demands in the photo above: End Homelessness, End War, Stop Police Brutality, End Mass Incarceration, and Protect the Environment.


MaryLovesJustice Neal said...

Raising Socially Conscious Children ~ All radio shows are archived for listening any day, 24/7. Invite your teens to listen to our human rights broadcasts with you, then discuss the issues presented. Invite them to write to me at, and title the email "Your Blogtalkradio Show." I promise to write them back. Sharpen your teens' listening and writing skills, and teach them the importance of social justice by doing this exercise!

"Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did, and it never will." ~Frederick Douglass

MaryLovesJustice Neal said...

We are called to be human rights advocates (Proverbs 31:8-9).

JESUS CHRIST is the world's greatest human rights advocate and my personal Lord and Savior. He is against capital punishment (Psalm 102:19-20), prisoner torture (Heb. 13:3), victimizing people (Matt. 25:40), avoidable wars (Rom. 12:18 ), all forms of discrimination (Gal. 3:28 ), and apathy about human suffering, which is inexcusable (Prov. 31:8).

Whether or not you are a Christian, the world would improve if each of us would imitate Christ. Blessings to you.